James Crisp

Software dev, tech, mind hacks and the occasional personal bit

Learn English using a Blog and Programming Tools!

My fiancee, Soosun, is brushing up on her English skills before going to uni next year. As part of the plan to improve her writing, she’s started a blog. Friends and family can write comments on her posts to help improve her written English.

She just wrote a nice article on making kimchi, and I posted a comment containing a copy of her article with English improvements. But how can she tell what I’ve suggested? The solution we decided to use is kdiff3, a tool I use at work for comparing and merging source code. You can download it here. If you turn word wrap on, it is great for comparing English – shows up the differences beautifully.

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3 Comments

  1. Soosun

    “How can she tell what I’ve suggested?” – Be honest, James! You always make me repeat aloud what you suggest! Hehe!
    Anyway I agree that KDiff3 seems really useful. You’re a great boyfriend!!!
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    How is my comment?;-) Mwah!

  2. Anonymous

    Hi~!!!

    I am HYUN-KYUNG!!!!!

    How are you?????

  3. Hey good stuff…keep up the good work! 🙂

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